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NTT Docomo joins Avanci’s IoT licensing platform

Japan, US19-10-2018

Japan’s biggest mobile phone operator, NTT Docomo, has joined Avanci’s marketplace for the licensing of patents covering ‘internet of things’ technologies.

Patent counsel joins Buchanan from Foley

US19-10-2018Movers & Shakers

Andrew Cheslock has joined Buchanan Ingersoll & Rooney as counsel, after spending more than a decade at Foley & Lardner.

Cannabis patenting remains low amid legalisation: report

Canada, International, US18-10-2018

After Canada yesterday became the second country to legalise the sale of recreational cannabis (after Uruguay), a report has revealed a lack of patenting activity in the area so far.

FTC and Qualcomm argue over discovery in FRAND dispute


The US Federal Trade Commission and semiconductor company Qualcomm are at loggerheads over the inclusion of post-discovery evidence in their dispute, according to a recent filing. 

USITC launches investigation into Apple and HTC

US17-10-2018Patent News

The US International Trade Commission yesterday announced that it has launched an investigation into Apple and HTC following a patent complaint.

Cozen O’Connor hires first-chair patent litigator in Washington, DC

US17-10-2018Movers & Shakers, Patent News

Philadelphia-based law firm Cozen O’Connor has bulked up its Washington, DC office by hiring Thomas Fisher as a first-chair patent litigator.

Miller Canfield nabs two from Freeborn & Peters

US16-10-2018Movers & Shakers

Miller Canfield has added two principals from Freeborn & Peters to its Chicago office.

China and Japan to adopt new IP protection framework

China, Japan16-10-2018Patent News, Trademarks News

China and Japan are expected to create a new framework to protect IP, according to the Nikkei Asian Review.

USPTO fee-setting bill clears the Senate

US15-10-2018Patent News, Trademarks News

The US Senate has passed a bill seeking to extend the US Patent and Trademark Office’s ability to set its own fees.

Nokia backs Qualcomm in SEP case with FTC


Nokia has defended Qualcomm in its standard-essential patent (SEP) dispute with the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which has also responded to Nokia’s arguments.

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